Former Staffer for Philadelphia Councilman Charged in Voter Fraud Conspiracy

As Donald Trump regularly stated during the election, Philadelphia has a long history of corruption in elections.

Well, that corruption has surfaced once again.

Marie Beren, a former staffer for Councilman Mark Sequilla, was charged with four counts of voter fraud and like offenses this week.

More Corruption in Philadelphia

Acting U.S. Attorney Jennifer Arbitter Williams filed the charges on Tuesday.

The filing dates back to falsified votes between 2015 and 2019.

Beren was implicated with a second unnamed individual, but local papers speculate that the individual is U.S. Democratic Rep. Ozzie Myers of Pennsylvania.

Beren, at the time, was working for City Councilman Mark Sequilla, a Democrat.

This is far from the first time local officials have manipulated an election, and it will not be the last.

The city is and has been corrupt for decades.

And now you know why Democrats do not want these elections investigated, especially in this city.

Source: Daily Caller

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